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We are calling on Canada to stand up for children in emergencies at the G7 in Italy in June by unequivocally condemning violence against civilians, reinforcing the need for humanitarian access and protection and recognizing the unique needs and rights of children living in emergencies around the world.

We welcome the new investment made for humanitarian aid in the 2024 budget in the midst of multiple crises, which will help support life-saving services to #ReachEveryChild in emergency contexts. As Canada looks to disburse this critical funding over the months to come, it is essential that the government considers and recognizes the unique and specific needs of children living in emergencies to ensure that they have access to nutritious food, critical immunizations, clean water and sanitation facilities, education, and protection from violence.

Use your voice on social media to urge Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Minister of Foreign Affairs Mélanie Joly, and Minister of International Development Ahmed Hussen to use their positions of power and influence on the global stage to uphold humanitarian law, ensure critical humanitarian access for life-saving aid, and uphold the protection of civilians, with an emphasis on children. We must demand decisive action and unwavering commitment to safeguarding the future of every child, everywhere.

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At #G7Italy @JustinTrudeau must #ChampionChildrenInEmergencies and
👉 condemn violence against civilians
👉 call for humanitarian access & protection
👉 recognize children's needs & rights
#cdnpoli #ReachEveryChild @ResultsCda

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At June's G7 in Italy, Canada must #ChampionChildrenInEmergencies and
👉 condemn violence against civilians
👉 call for humanitarian access & protection
👉 recognize children's needs & rights

Take action now: https://bit.ly/Results-Canada-take-action

Canada must #ReachEveryChild! @ResultsCda #cdnpoli #G7Italy #G7

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– Clarecia Christie, former Results Canada board member

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